Bertrand Russell

And The Passionate Skeptic

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ISBN : 9788130713892

 

Author : Ruth Benedict

 

Pages : 248 pp

 

Year of Publishing : 2012

 

Binding : Hard Bound

 

Publisher : COSMO PUBLICATIONS

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Bertrand Russell had one of the most widely varied and persistently influential intellects of the 20th century. During most of his active life, a span of three generations, Russell had at any time more than 40 books in print ranging over philosophy, mathematics, science, ethics, sociology, education, history, religion, politics, and polemic. The extent of his influence resulted partly from his amazing efficiency in applying his intellect (he normally wrote at the rate of 3,000 largely unaltered words a day) and partly from the deep humanitarian feeling that was the mainspring of his actions. This feeling expressed itself consistently at the frontier of social change through what he himself would have called a liberal anarchistic, left-wing, and skeptical atheist temperament. This is a Biographical study by Alan Wood who was a friend and philosophical disciple of Russell, and was completed with Russell’s cooperation.

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